Archaeologists unearth shackled skeletons in France
A group of skeletons shackled together has been discovered by archaeologists at an ancient Gallo-Roman burial ground in France’s southwest. Hundreds of graves dating back to the first and second centuries AD were discovered at an excavation site believed to have once been an important necropolis, five of the skeletons found were shackled together and bound by iron chains. Read more: theindependent.co.uk
Get inspired to travel everyday by signing up to our daily newsletter.